[TriLUG] interesting server stats
Joseph E. ODoherty
joey at odoherty.net
Thu Apr 7 15:30:00 EDT 2005
On Thu, Apr 07, 2005 at 11:22:00AM -0400, matusiak wrote:
> efforts. It is hard to beat the stability of Solaris on Sparc. Linux
> on x86 ain't far behind, tho.
While I am in no means disputing this, I've also had great experiences with
Linux on Sparc. There is something to be said for having good hardware...
> On Apr 7, 2005, at 10:41 AM, Marc M wrote:
> >THere is a good writeup on both solaris and redhat in the latest eweek
> >magazine (I believe). I don't have it with me, but if I am remembering
> >right article it is saying something about solaris being a lot more
> >than linux, and solaris 10 is regaining some ground. Interesting
> >though that
> >sun is shipping a lot of linux boxes according to my OP. I thought
> >they got
> >out of the Linux business entirely a while back.
> >On Apr 7, 2005 9:56 AM, Greg Brown <gregbrown at mindspring.com> wrote:
> >>I wonder what kind of impact Solaris 10 is going to have on the
> >>Every enterprise data center I've worked in over the past two years
> >>still has plenty of UNIX in the forms of AIX and Solaris. I see more
> >>Linux when I get to medium businesses (still mostly M$) then I see
> >>plenty of Linux on the small business side.
> >>On Apr 7, 2005, at 9:03 AM, Marc M wrote:
> >>>I understand that Linux is suppossed to be at about 30% of the
> >>>server market within the next few years (correct me if I'm wrong on
> >>>Looks like HP still has quite a stronghold for organizations that
> >>>just want to spend a lot of cash. On the other hand it looks like
> >>>Linux is
> >>>crushing Solaris in the x86 space.
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